The Ready to Work Coordinator provides eligible students with:
In addition, students who participate in the Ready to Work program have the opportunity to gain paid work experience with both private and non-profit employers through a work-study position. These placements can be either on campus or in the community in which the student lives. This work study placement meets KTAP work component requirements and the student is eligible to earn federal minimum wage for the time that they work. This income does not reduce the student’s KTAP income.
To be eligible for Ready to Work, you must:
The RTW Coordinator works closely with the student's KTAP case manager to assure that the student accesses all available resources to be successful in college while remaining in compliance with KTAP regulations.
Through Ready to Work, education is a pathway to self-sufficiency. If you are motivated and ready to take the next step to self-sufficiency in your life, then Ready to Work is the right place for you!
For more information, contact:
Ready to Work Coordinator
John H Gray Building, Office C87